Pilgrimsprog is the brainchild of multi-instrumentalist and vocalist Scott Miller.
The first “Pilgrimsprog” album was a progressive rock concept album, originally released in 2010, that is based on John Bunyan’s classic Pilgrim’s Progress. It took four years to write and record.

With a wide range of musical textures and styles, from the synth and killer guitar intro to Dream, to the sing along Beautiful, to the evocative synth in the 10 minute epic Celestial City, Pilgrimsprog captures the story of Christian’s journey from the City of Destruction to the Celestial City.

Seek the Gate
Slough of Despond
I Believe

Act 2
Giant Despair
The River
Celestial City

(© 2010 Scott Miller – Pilgrimsprog Music).
All songs written by Scott Miller except Overture, written by Scott Miller and Gary Heitz

“Gatekeeper” is the Pilgrimsprog Song of the Week.

Gatekeeper is from the epic first Pilgrimsprog album, and tells the story of Christian speaking with the Gatekeeper at the Wicket Gate. This song is multiple time signatures – 6/4, 5/4, and the chorus is 4/4. The lead guitar solo was especially difficult for me to play at the time.

“Scandal” from the Pilgrimsprog “Do You Have Thanatophobia?” album

In early 2010, I read D.A. Carson’s book Scandalous: The Cross and Resurrection of Jesus.
1 Corinthians 15:23 – 23 says –
but we preach Christ crucified: a stumbling block to Jews and foolishness to Gentiles.
That word for “stumbling block” in the Greek is “skandalon” which is the same word where we get “scandal”.
The message of the cross is that God sent His Son (Matthew 21:37) Jesus, fully God in the flesh, to die at the hands of men. God dying at the hand of His creation?
It is disruptive. It is scandalous! You can’t sit on the sidelines with this message. It demands a response.

“Now you have heard it, you must decide, what will you do with this One who’s called Christ?”

(© 2009/2013 Scott Miller – Pilgrimsprog Music).

“Somebody” is an 8 minute prog epic – currently climbing the charts on 3R Radio.com! Whaaat? A progressive rock song on the charts? Yes indeed!

With multiple instruments – *and time signatures* – Pilgrimsprog weaves a tale of woe and redemption, with guitar, mellotron-like flute from the Electro harmonix C9 Organ Machine pedal, organ, and REV by Output. The spoken narrative intro is Ecclesiastes, as performed by Michael R. Helgens at Media Adventures, LLC

“Somebody” is from the 2015 Pilgrimsprog Here I Am album.

Upcoming shows:

Pilgrimsprog and DR Miller at No 7 Coffeehouse – Saturday March 19th at 11 AM
No 7 Coffeehouse – Wellington, KS

Pilgrimsprog and DR Miller at Wazup Coffeehouse – Saturday March 19th at 6 PM
Wazup Coffeehouse – Derby, KS